posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 02:49 PM
reply to post by LUXUS
As i comprehend it, and i could be very wrong..alchemy, while broadly thought of as the practice of medieval metalurgists and chemists attempting to
convert base metals (Pb primarily) into gold, is totally wrong.
From what i've read over the years, alchemy had nothing to do with transmuting lead into gold, but more to do with searching for the means, either
through chemical manipulation or through esoteric principles, to obtain what is popularly known as 'the elixir of life', otherwise known as
'monoatomic gold' or powdered 'white gold'.
This was derived from metalic gold, as one would expect, but according to ancient texts from Egypt and elsewhere, enabled the unlocking of various
human abilities and sustain the body in terms of greater longevity, health and mental acuity, not least of which was enabling the abilities we today
would call Psi, or psychic abilities.
If this is true, i don't know..it's only what i've read over the years.
But that is what i know, accurate or not, about the real nature of historical alchemaic practices...not lead into gold, but rather gold into
monoatomic white gold powder for ingestion to enable lifespan extention and acute mental abilities.
I can appreciate the secrecy aspects to this kind of knowledge, although i feel if most people had access to some of the realities and truths
surrounding ancient esoteric knowledge, simply being in possession of such knowledge would in itself negate the initial requirements for secrecy.
edit on 29-11-2013 by MysterX because: (no reason given)